Monday, May 30, 2011

Monday afternoon. The guy is outside cutting the grass-- here it's always cut with a weed whacker, even large areas of grass. Not sure why, it's just the way it is... either a weed whacker or a pair of scissors! Garry is working on some office projects and I'm headed back to school to finish up math with Kevin. Kaleb is contemplating making a movie, though he isn't sure what his storyline should be yet.

Kevin played badminton with his friends this afternoon and came home a bit frustrated. He is paying the expenses of their play-- court & shuttles. But one of his friends keeps trying to get more. He needs a racquet. He needs a new shuttle cause this one is bad. On and on. It's frustrating to give and find it's never enough. I guess it's human nature... and I know that any of us can feel the same way. Love. Reaching out. Giving. And yet not being owned by those around us. It's a pretty thin line to walk as a 16-year-old!

Such is our afternoon today. And now I'm on to Algebra II!

1 comment:

bennokurvits said...

Nice to hear that you guys are still smashing the shuttle around. I sympathize with your frustrations.